• four • Are We There but? • [Editorial (Analog)] • essay via Edward M. Lerner
• eight • Cryptids • shortstory through Alec Nevala-Lee
• 22 • Lockstep: a potential Galactic Empire • [Science truth (Analog)] • essay by way of Karl Schroeder
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• forty eight • Our New Overlords • [Probability 0] • shortstory by way of Jerry Oltion
• 50 • whilst WIMPs Collide • [The exchange View] • essay by means of John G. Cramer
• fifty three • Snapshots • shortstory via Kristine Kathryn Rusch
• 60 • Repo • shortstory through Aaron Gallagher
• 70 • one other Man's Treasure • shortstory by means of Tom Greene
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• 106 • evaluation: Treecat Wars by means of David Weber and Jane Lindskold • evaluation by means of Don Sakers
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• 106 • assessment: the hot Martians by way of Nick Kanas • evaluate by means of Don Sakers
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• 109 • Letter: the writer Responds (Analog, might 2014) • essay through H. G. Stratmann
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I haven't had any for months now. This is a lonely place, but I like it anyway. " I made a gesture of dissatisfaction. "You'll surely be able to find servants in Elms," she said quickly. "Or in London. Don't worry about that. " I turned to the window and contemplated the cemetery. Now and then, as though lost in profound thoughts, I murmured, "Yes, yes, that's it.... " I looked at her and my voice became harsher than ever: "Listen, sweetheart" (I saw her control a movement of indignation) "I'm a very frank man, but that doesn't mean I like to throw my money away.
My adventure should have been so prodigious, and it had become so paltry! Three thalers reluctantly given to my by Gockel, the antiques dealer, for that engraved metal dish. Three thalers… But they would buy one of Anita's smiles. I abruptly threw them into a drawer: someone was knocking on my door. It was Gockel. It was difficult for me to believe that this was the same malevolent man who had contemptuously put down the metal dish on his counter cluttered with barbarous and shabby trinkets. " "I think I did you a great injustice, Herr Doktor," he said.
It was a map of Kent and part of Surrey. The girl who handed it to me had claimed that Kent was a more lucrative territory. She was lying, because I've never seen people less inclined than the people of Kent to buy Sheffield razors, shaving cream, after-shave lotion–in short, everything it takes to make a man's face smooth and clean. The map was complete enough to guide me to St. Mary Cray after leaving London by way of Lewisham, but from Orpington on it had annoying mistakes and missions. I was now vainly trying to find Chelsfield, which the girl had marked with a red pencil to make me believe it was a good place for sales.